Just now we received this message. We think that’s very good. Because 10 days at the booth with so many people, you want to be sure. It would be even better if everyone could do a short test. The Stand Up Magazine has no desire to go into quarantine after the fair.
In Düsseldorf, all signs are pointing to a safe staging of boot 2022. In view of the world’s largest water sports trade fair approaching in January – from 22 to 30 January 2022 – Messe Düsseldorf has adapted once again its hygiene measures, oriented to the on 24th November updated Covid Protection Ordinance of its home state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The most important innovation is the introduction of the regulation for access of the visitors to the boot halls. Only vaccinated or recovered people will be allowed to enter the boot halls during the fair. The status of all visitors will be checked at the entrances to the fairground. Children up to 15 years are not affected by the measures in the North Rhine-Westphalian regulation. The vaccinated or recovered regulation for visitors is implemented to boot, as it has a clear recreational character, especially for the many end consumers.
Trade fair participants from overseas are also allowed to enter Germany. Official information on the special regulations is available on the website of the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA
Messe Düsseldorf CEO Wolfram Diener: “We are very well prepared and can consistently implement all the requirements thanks to our PROTaction concept on the fairground. The measures and, above all, the access controls will contribute significantly to security. We offer exhibitors and visitors a perfect platform that provides space for information exchange, networking and experience even in Covid times. For manufacturers, retailers and destinations, participation in boot 2022 will be the marketplace for contacts and presentations as well as the season opener for their industry.”
boot 2022 is very well positioned: All the well-known manufacturers of luxury yachts, motor and sailing yachts are on board. Despite the crisis of the last year and a half, the diving sector has almost completely returned to boot and the global surf sports players are also back “on tour”. boot fans will be thrilled by the excellent equipment area with the latest propulsion technology and innovative accessories. And the variety in the “destination seaside” meets the great demand for holidays on the water and on the waterfront. Information on exhibitors and products is available at:
Tickets for the fair can now be ordered in the boot ticket shop. The discounted afternoon ticket from Monday to Friday is valid from 2 p.m. and costs € 10.00, the day ticket is available for € 19.00, children aged 7 to 12 pay € 7.00. Members of the boot.club pay only € 17.00 for admission. Further up-to-date information is available at boot.com.